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Digital Marketing Tips For Small Businesses 2015 - Booming


Today, Businesses Have More Ways – And Places – Than Ever To Market Themselves.Your Local Digital Marketing Strategy Should Specifically Target And Appeal To Potential Customers In Your Geographic Area. Many Local Companies Have Used Some Form Of Digital Marketing Online Even If They Are Not Aware Of It.This Is An Important Local Digital Marketing Tip For Any Business. It's Also Important That You Get Your Local Seo Strategy Right So Your Business Scores A Consistently High Rank On Local Search Engine Results Pages.So Make Sure You Include Your Location Information In Keywords. NOTE: Local Digital Marketing Strategy You Choose For Your Local Business, It's Important To Track Your Progress And Find Out What Is Working And What Isn't.Remember Creating Content That Is Relevant To Your Business And Making It Searchable Is Key.

7 must-have traits for a successful data team


So I want to lay out some of the skills that business leaders should be looking for when they hire data professionals today--whether they be data analysts, data engineers, data product managers, or data scientists. If an analyst's idea of presenting findings to business stakeholders is saying "We found a strong negative correlation--R 2 0.53. Too many data science training programs focus intensely on teaching the algorithms that data scientists use, using pristine datasets that are never found in the real world. They ignore the fact that most of a data scientist's time is actually spent finding, cleaning, and reshaping raw data to make it ready for modeling.

Firms turn to AI and machine learning for data security


More than half (57 percent) of executives report trusting automated systems as much or more than humans to protect their organizations. More than one third (38 percent) indicated that within two years automated security systems would be the primary resource for managing cyber security. A majority of respondents (85 percent) said security threats are a CEO- or board-level concern in their company. Nearly half of all executives (47 percent) cited improving information security as a major goal of their digital transformation, and for three quarters of organizations cyber security considerations were critical in shaping decisions to transform aspects of the business to digital.

Now Get Jobs Directly On Google Search, Powered by Artificial Intelligence!


While explaining the reason behind this new job search engine, Nick Zakrasek, Product Manager at Google said, "With job postings scattered across the web, newspapers and help wanted signs, it's not always easy to find ones that are a good fit based on your unique needs and skills." Hence, via one single platform of Google, the job seeker can discover jobs posted in any of these portals, instantly. All the user needs to do is search for terms like'Jobs near me' or'freelance writing jobs' to find optimised job listings, based on their preferences. In order to help the job portals to let their listings appear on this platform, Google has also published a documentation, which will help the job portals to optimise their listings, as per Google's job search engine.

Google Now Employs AI to Help You Land a New Job


As promised during its annual developer conference earlier this month, Google launched its search engine for jobs yesterday. Powered by artificial intelligence (AI), this specialized job search uses Google's Cloud Jobs API that launched back in 2016 as part of the company's "AI-first" approach. Instead of requiring users to download a new app, this new AI-powered tool allows job seekers in the U.S. to use Google's existing search function, which are accessible via desktop and mobile. However, Google won't handle any of the actual application process, and will simply direct you to the existing job application site.

Google Adds AI-Powered Job Listings To Search Engine


On Tuesday, Google said it will begin serving up help-wanted job descriptions that its search engine collects across the Internet with help from artificial intelligence. The tool aggregates data from sites like LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, CareerBuilder, and Glassdoor will include employer ratings from former and current and provide the distance for a typical commute to the job locations. It's a departure from the way that Google has aggregated and served information in its search engine in the past. It is driven by "Google Search ranking algorithm," so in addition to adding the correct structured data on pages, companies must follow specific quality guidelines so that Google can properly index and rank the pages.

AMD launches its Epyc server chip to take on Intel in the data center


It's not just the folks at AMD who hope that that the company's Epyc server processor, officially launched Tuesday, will break Intel's stranglehold on the data-center chip market. Enterprise users, web hosting companies and hyperscale cloud providers all want competition and choice in server chips to curb costs and fuel innovation. At the high end, in approximately the $4,000 range, AMD internal benchmarks show the Epyc 7601 single-socket package offering 75 percent higher floating point performance (for spreadsheets, graphics and games, for instance) and 47 percent higher integer processing performance (for whole-number and text processing, for example) than Intel's E5-2699A v4. Interestingly, AMD benchmarks show 70 percent higher integer performance over Intel in the mid-range, $800 price point level, with the Epyc 7301 facing off against the Intel E5-7630.

Google's search engine aims to become employment engine

Daily Mail

Google will also show employer ratings from current and former workers, as well as typical commute times to job locations. Google will also show employer ratings from current and former workers, as well as typical commute times to where a job is located. 'At Google I/O this year, we announced Google for Jobs, a new company-wide initiative focused on helping both job seekers and employers, through collaboration with the job matching industry,' the firm said. 'One major part of this effort is launching an improved experience for job seekers on Google Search.

Google launches its AI-powered jobs search engine


Google today launched a new jobs search feature right on its search result pages that lets you search for jobs across virtually all of the major online job boards like LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder and Facebook and others. With this new feature, is now available in English on desktop and mobile, all you have to type in is a query like "jobs near me," "writing jobs" or something along those lines and the search result page will show you the new job search widget that lets you see a broad range of jobs. Once you find a job, Google will direct you to the job site to start the actual application process. It currently has no plans to let employers posts jobs directly to its jobs search engine for example (though that would surely be lucrative).